A news blog for Seattle's Phinney Ridge and Greenwood neighborhoods

 

« Phinney Ridge-Greenwood Restaurants


Zeek’s Pizza

September 19th, 2008 · Comments


Zeek’s Pizza (Pizza)
ZeeksPizza.com
6000 Phinney Ave N. (map)
(206) 285-8646

CitySearch: “Head to this casual hangout when only unconventional toppings will satisfy…”
The Stranger: “Large pies of sauce and thick cheese, large pitchers of foamy beer, loud music…”

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (52 votes, average: 3.33 out of 5)
Loading...Loading...

dining · Food & Drink

Comments

  1. Pat says:

    Great delivery service, love their Hump Day Special

  2. Bill says:

    Really good pizza. Disappointed they stopped serving slices after 4pm though. So I don’t go there nearly as much anymore.

  3. Cliff says:

    One of the only kid friendly places on greenwood. By that, I mean the seating is spacious enough to handle the squirmers.

    They make one of the best salads of any pizza place in town. So, mom and dad can pretend its healthy.

  4. StuckHere says:

    This place is a childcare center. If that is what you want please try it. Otherwise take your pizza and leave.

  5. Newmy says:

    My new favorite pizza place. I bring my kid here all the time and she loves pestering cranky adults who loathe children.

  6. CSC says:

    I agree with StuckHere. Not that I loathe children, I loathe the parents that let them run around out of control, and in my space uninvited. It’s good for delivery or take out. However, Greenwood needs child friendly restaurants and Zeeks definitely serves that purpose. They can be extremely busy, and the food and service quality is very good. For me, that’s what really matters.

  7. zeek says:

    I work there and cant stand the fact that 90 percent of the parents let their kids run around aimlessly knocking things over, breaking things, screaming gut wrenchingly loud, and whistling through kiddie straws while their parents keep ordering pitchers of beer. Not only that but on a weekly basis i will be walking through the dining room carrying a heavy load of dishes, parents will just watch their kids practically knock me over and not even flinch. I love kids, and actually used to work with them, but all i ask of you parents is this; please put yourself in our shoes someday!